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  1. I've set the Z-seam alignment to random, but it often prints from the same corner over several layers. I would like to make sure that adjacent layers do not print from the same corner. Thank you.
  2. Hi there. I was wondering a bit about this, so I'm writing to you. It doesn't cause problems in 4.6.1, but it does in 4.7, right? In this part alone, it seems to be the effect of a change on the program side, not the slice settings. I think I need sigwx's configuration (project file) to confirm the problem.
  3. I mainly use ABS, so the fan is off. I downloaded it from the link you gave me, but it didn't seem to work the way I wanted it to. I'm going to post it at the first URL. Thank you.
  4. Thank you for the explanation. I understand what the parameters are. I think the bridge is one of the beneficial ways to make support peeling easier, but I can't use it like S3D in Cura. Where should I put such a request?
  5. I tried the bridge sparse infill max density, but I don't know what effect it would have. Could you please tell me? Also, what is the best setting to fulfill my purpose?
  6. There is a reason to set it to 100%. The image shows the results of a Simplify3D slice. The bridge should be set to high speed and low flow. Printing the layer directly above the support with the bridge makes it easier to peel off. I was using Simplify3D as my main tool, but I'm in the process of moving to Cura. If I set it to 100%, I want to print only the bottom layer that needs support as a bridge.
  7. I have attached the file. Best regards. RN2D_box 8x8x5.3mf
  8. Hi there. A bridge is created on top of the infill. Is this a bug?
  9. This is not a major problem, but there are areas where the brim distance is not appropriate. If you set a short distance (e.g. 0.1 mm) for the purpose of keeping the heat bed warm, the brim will bond to the object.
  10. Hi. I have Z seam alignment set to random, but it often results in the same XY coordinates across multiple layers. At the very least, I want the starting point to be a point with different XY coordinates in adjacent layers. Is it another forum to state my request?
  11. Thank you for your answer. I found the following in the references. > Material. >Hold all the settings as defined by the active material. I guess that means that some parameters are never referenced.
  12. Hi there. There are some things that are duplicated in the material settings screen and the print settings screen, such as print temperature settings and pull rate, etc. The gcode file outputs the settings from the print settings screen. Why are there parameters on the material screen? Best regards.
  13. That's right. But I think it would be better to separate the correction requests for each translation language into a separate topic. Please consider this.
  14. Many of the function names and descriptions translated into Japanese are wrong. That's why I use the English display, but I'm not very good at English. For this reason, I often use translation software. I would like one of the following. 1) Correcting the content of the translation (2) Ability to copy a detailed description of a function to the clipboard Best regards.
  15. I read the description on that page. I don't think it stated the difference between the two parameters.
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